Recovering After An Apicoectomy

Posted on: 10 November 2015
If you're lucky in life, you'll have probably never heard of an apicoectomy - however, to a small proportion of root canal treatment patients, apicoectomies are all too familiar. This surgical procedure is undertaken when a tooth that has previously undergone root canal treatment becomes infected again. Although the procedure involves small incisions and is minimally invasive, it can have a particularly painful recovery period, so it's important do do everything you can to speed your own recovery and healing after an apicoectomy.
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4 Things You Need to Know About Dental Veneers

Posted on: 20 October 2015
If you are embarrassed by cracks, stains, or other dental flaws, don't despair; dental veneers can save your smile. Veneers are very thin pieces of porcelain or composite material that are permanently bonded to tooth enamel to improve the appearance of your teeth. Before you make a decision about whether veneers are right for you, take the time to consider these four key facts. 1. Veneers Can Fix a Wide Range of Dental Flaws
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3 Misconceptions That May Influence Your Dental Implant Choice

Posted on: 24 September 2015
When you experience tooth decay or several dental issues that cause your smile to be less attractive than you like, dental implants may be an option. Unfortunately, you may be leery of moving forward with implants due to misconceptions that are floating around about the procedure. Here are three misconceptions and what you need to know about each one before avoiding the procedure. Dental Implants Will Look Unnatural One misconception that keeps many dental patients away from dental implants is the idea that they will look unnatural.
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Navigating Dental Care With a Child Who Has ADD or ADHD: Tips for Parents

Posted on: 21 August 2015
If you have a child with ADD or ADHD, you likely face a lot of challenges every single day. Convincing your child to take care of his or her teeth is just one of them. Luckily, there are things you can do to make dental care easier for your child and yourself. Take a look at these tips that can help you with your child's oral health: 1. Create a consistent routine
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